Very Few Lucky People Have The Guardian Angel Line On Their Palm: Are You One Of Them?


There is an opinion that a person who has in their hand a parallel line with the “life line” – is incredibly lucky.

Such lines on the palm are rare and are often referred to as “the line of the guardian angel”.

This means that the person is under the special protection of a guardian angel.

Other names sometimes used for this unique line are “the line of Mars,” or “the second life line”.

People, who have this line on their palm, are generally very happy people who are content with the simple things in life.


It is not unheard of that people with this line can survive terrible disasters and accidents with the help of little miracles.

People with this line also can expect to have excellent health and do not experience financial distress.

They overcome obstacles on the path of life very easily.

If you are lucky to have this line in your palm – be grateful to the source that gives all things life and to your guardian angel for protection.

On the right hand: Patronage of guardian angel is given to a person for their personal merits.

That can be mean for good deeds, or personal suffering.

On the left hand: Patronage of guardian angel is given to a person from the moment of their birth.

Such phenomena are often transferred with the line of ancestors.

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